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  • Can money buy happiness? Gallup poll asks, and the world answers

    "This study shows that it all depends on how you define happiness, because if you look at life satisfaction, how you evaluate your life as a whole, you see a pretty strong correlation around the world between income and happiness"...

  • Is Your Facebook Personality Genuine?

    Anyone who has ever spent time on a dating Web site like Match.com knows that the online profile often doesn’t match the person in real life. So when University of Texas researchers began studying Facebook friends...

  • Mother's anxiety affects baby's brain

    Anxiety during pregnancy can double a mother’s risk of having a hyperactive child, research suggests... Researchers focused in particular on women who were anxious during their pregnancy...

  • Optimistic Heart Patients Live Longer

    Heart patients who were optimistic about their treatment and recovery were more likely to be alive after 15 years than patients with similar disease but lower expectations, new research shows...

  • Grandparenting 'should be paid'

    "Where grandparents are foregoing the right to work and suffering financially to support their families it seems fair and right that their role should be acknowledged."

  • Teenage moods linked to mental activity

    Exasperated parents have been trying to find an explanation for teenage moods for decades. Now US researchers say adolescent angst could be down to excessive levels of nerve activity in the brain.

  • Twenty films that make men cry

    In response to the Magazine’s discussion about why Toy Story 3 makes men cry male readers have been getting in touch with their emotional side and opening up about their own private tear-jerkers. Here is a selection.

  • Sounds During Sleep Aid Memory, Study Finds

    Scientists at Northwestern University reported that playing specific sounds while people slept helped them remember more of what they had learned before they fell sleep, to the point where memories of individual facts were enhanced...

  • Healthy Med diet can extend life

    Scientists have produced powerful evidence that a Mediterranean diet rich in vegetables and fruit and low in saturated fats can help us live longer. It has long been thought that the diet can help to improve general health...

  • More Dads Influence Daughters’ Career Paths

    Fathers appear to be playing a bigger role in their daughters’ career choices compared to men of previous generations. Researchers from the University of Maryland used various data sets to study the career paths...

  • Mobile phone radiation 'protects' against Alzheimer's

    They say mobile phones emit "high frequency" electro-magnetic waves that are very different because they can have beneficial effects on brain function, such as increasing brain cell activity...

  • Mystery of baby gender patterns

    More boys are born in southern Europe than the north, and vice versa in North America - but scientists do not know why. A study published in the British Medical Journal looked at whether latitude had an effect on sex ratios...

  • Heart risk link to big families

    People who have big families appear to be at increased risk of heart disease, research suggests. Two large British studies found that people who had two children were at the lowest risk of developing coronary heart disease (CHD)...

  • What Are Your Relationship Deal Breakers?

    Now eHarmony has analyzed the “must have” and “can’t stand” responses of nearly 720,000 members, identifying the top 10 relationship deal breakers for men and women... by Tara Parker-Pope